‘Signalling a change of attitude from his predecessor,
Pope Benedict XVI has suggested the head of the powerful Roman Catholic Jesuit order can step down, an Italian news report said.
In a letter to the worldwide Jesuit order, its General Peter Hans Kolvenbach has said the pope had given permission to call a general assembly in January 2008 to “decide on its government at the highest level.”‘
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